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Designing Data Tools for Health Equity and Community Action

Data Tools for Health Equity Action11:00am – 12:00pm Pacific Time

Over the past decade alone, web technology has vastly increased data availability, and community innovators have created new tools for accessing, visualizing, analyzing, and sharing relevant data to advance equity-focused policies and investments. From local tools like the Metro Atlanta Equity Atlas, which connects local leaders to timely data across eight key areas of community well-being, to national tools like Mapping Police Violence, which provides interactive maps and charts on officer-involved deaths of community members, online data tools are equipping advocates, policymakers, funders, and the public with relevant data to advance health equity and move policy across a range of issue areas.

Register for Designing Data Tools for Health Equity and Community Action

Join us, live from Portland, for a panel discussion with national leaders who are using and designing data tools to drive health equity and community action.

Featured Speakers:

  • Sarah Treuhaft, Senior Director at PolicyLink (moderator)
  • Nathaniel Smith, Founder and Chief Equity Officer/CEO of the Partnership for Southern Equity
  • Sam Sinyangwe, Co-Founder of Campaign Zero and Mapping Police Violence
  • Julia Sebastian, Research Associate at Race Forward
  • Cat Goughnour, Founder and Principal at Radix Consulting and Right 2 Root
  • Antwi Akom, CEO of Streetwyze; Co-Founder of ISEEED; Associate Professor at San Francisco State University

This convening is generously supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Impact Investing in Worker Cooperatives: How to get involved

Impact Investing in Worker Cooperatives: How to get involved1pm Eastern

This webinar is targeted for impact investors and others who want to better understand investment options for targeting impact capital to worker coops. We will provide background about worker cooperatives and the opportunity in worker coop conversions, review worker coop investment structures, and delve into investment options ranging from direct investing, loan and equity fund investing and investment crowdfunding.

Register for the Impact Investing in Worker Cooperatives webinar

Presenters

Blake Jones, Co-founder, Namasté Solar
Christina Jennings, Executive Director, Shared Capital
Matt Glatting, Treasurer, Capital Impact Partners
Annie McShiras, Investment Associate, Self-Help Federal Credit Union
Alison Lingane, Co-founder, Project Equity

6th CIRIEC International Research Conference on Social Economy

6th CIRIEC INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL ECONOMY, MANAUS (BRESIL), 29 NOV-2 DEC

Social and Solidarity Economy, Sustainability and Innovation: facing former and new social issues

The 6th International Research Conference on Social and Solidarity Economy will be held from November 29 to December 3, 2017 at the Universidade Federal do Amazonas.

Researchers interested in presenting or coordinating a session are invited to submit a proposal by 20 February. Submissions should be related to on of the themes below.

  1. Territorial development
  2. Environment and sustainability
  3. Institutional relations
  4. New frontiers of social and solidarity economy
  5. Experiences of the Social and Solidarity Economy - multiple economies
  6. Social economy
  7. EES Management
  8. Gender economics
  9. Ecossol Practical Experience Reports
  10. Work at Ecossol
  11. Entrepreneurship and Essol
  12. Young researchers
  13. Various panels on Essol
  14. Non-formal spaces and education
  15. Food Security and Nutrition
  16. Traditional Peoples and Sustainability

Abstracts can be submitted in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish and should be sent to: abstracts.manaus.2017 at gmail.com

Learn more about the call for proposals

Learn more about the Intarnational Research Conference on Social Economy

Coalition-Building for Policy and Social Change

New Economy Project2pm Eastern Time

Join the New Economy Coalition for a webinar about coalition-building for policy advocacy and social change, led by New Economy Project, an economic justice center with deep experience organizing coalitions and campaigns to challenge banks and other corporations; hold government accountable; and advance cooperative economics in New York. Building on their work with both issue-based and transformational change coalitions, co-directors Sarah Ludwig and Deyanira Del Rio will lead a discussion about coalition models and tactics; establishing vision and protocols; and engaging and prioritizing leadership by people and communities of color.

Register for the Coalition-Building for Policy and Social Change webinar

The webinar will address, among other topics:

  • Identifying key allies and sectors of support
  • Coalition tactics & roles, including policy advocacy, popular education, capacity-building, communications, research and legal support
  • Testimonials & storytelling strategies
  • Bridging coalitions and campaigns that challenge status quo and advance "new economy" institutions and policies.

Equity in the food system: how what we are building and what we are fighting are inseparable in resistance

grapesAs the Northeast coordinates to build a regional food system, a central focus is on racial equity. In communities all across the region, groups are working on food justice. In this webinar, we will hear from 2 organizers: Isa Mujahid (CTCORE-Organize Now!, Bridgeport CT) and Heather Foran (community organizer, Portland ME). Through their grassroots efforts in their communities, Heather and Isa both are actively transforming the New England food system and raising and reflecting on struggles, challenges and questions to guide future work. This webinar creates space to share some of the questions and reflections.

Register for the Equity in the food system webinar

Join the New England Grassroots Environment Fund to hear more about their efforts to engage community, their questions and challenges and practical perspectives to support the emergence and continued viability of a New England food system that is a resilient driver of healthy food for all, racial equity, sustainable farming and fishing and thriving communities. As we pull in examples from groups like Cooperation Jackson, this webinar focuses on some of the questions and opportunities local organizers are grappling with, invites participants to share in the conversation and ideally has us all bring back questions to our own efforts about how our collective work integrates concepts of social justice and racial equity.

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